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pads, and, you know, technology devices. not in things like education and energy and that's the only sign of inflation. but to joe's point, i think the fed can back off on what they've said if in fact we've seen them pull back. they can walk away from the 6.5% unemployment target and wind down quantitative easing in a much more rapid pace. i think that's a step in the right direction, so it doesn't have to be a train wreck. this could be a gradual pullback of easing where interest rates start going up in the first part of 2014. >> we've been talking about pulling this band aid off for so long. carl, it's like housing, though. schiller wrote a piece in the journal, they said it lasted five years. that was painful. but boy, when it reversed, it was more painful than that time with which you're waiting for it to happen. >> joe, art, thanks, guys. good stuff. >> thank you. >> trading debut here at the nyse today. becoming the largest ipo from a u.s. company since facebook. shares of zoetis is trading at $26 apiece. it's the only way to play it in a pure way, because the other animal medicine
beaten down over the last couple of years. this is tech, this is energy, this is big cap, industrials, these are stocks that have basically been -- that have gotten cheaper over the last couple of years, around fears of a global recession, around fears that the rest of the world isn't as strong as the u.s. today, i think that it's time to really reverse that trade and go back into some of the more globally geared gdp sensitive stocks that are cheap, they're underowned, and it looks like the global economy could actually outpace the u.s. this year, and for the next couple of years. >> savita we talked to a bunch of strategists this year who are, i would say, aggressive to -- i mean, mixed in terms of their defensive nature regarding sector allocation, that they might step on the accelerator later on in the year once we get past some of the d.c. deadlines and go more cyclical, go more economically sensitive. would your advice be to err on the side of aggressive? >> i think it's -- there's no better time to do it than now. the reason is that, you know, i think the market looks through a
we got a number from the energy department. that was a withdrawal that was less than what analysts were anticipating. saw a draw of 194 billion cubic feet of natural gas from storage in the last week. expectations were somewhere between 200 and 204 cubic feet. still the biggest withdrawal of the season. the very cold temperatures we had last week in the northeast, the midwest, even texas, a big reason for the withdrawal that we are seeing but it's not what analysts had anticipated. we are going to have colder temperatures in the week ahead, but still, we are looking at natural gas, trying to hold that support level around 3.25. that was the low when that number came out. if we dip below 320, traders say, technically we could see a drop all the way to the 310 level what traders are watching now. that was highly anticipated report because it is the biggest of the season, but wasn't as big as what some analysts anticipated. melissa, back to you. >> sharon epperson. thank you. >>> negative reading on fourth quarter gdp yesterday surprise the mark, the first jobs report of the year is o
million people who want to. yahoo! make you want to work there. i liked this call, there was energy, it's no longer, it's as bad as it used to be. they didn't mind paying the taxes. they are buying back stock. what a good call. >> all true. it's an interesting point you make, one that we perhaps don't focus enough on, in creating enthusiasm amongst your own employee base in order to attract talent, in order to keep talent. she seems to be having success at doing that. >> she has charisma. >> it is about free cafeteria food and issuing iphones to employees. >> it's important when it's a turn-around story and there has to be one or two more quarters for the results to be seen. that's a great point you made, because these are needed expectations, the fact that they beat, and they show the business lines weren't doing much worse. but revenues were better than consensus. it was a stability quarter. they bought back a lot of stock, because it's extremely investment friendly. >> a number of directors on the board will be focused on that. dan loeb is still in there. probably will be for some ti
to you. >> thank you, rick. let's check out the latest news in energy in metals. sharon? >> jim, we're looking at oil prices climbing back up after yesterday's slide. and we're watching not only the oil market recovering here, but gasoline futures gaining ground as well. in fact, we're looking at gasoline futures again that are posting because of what we're seeing for the retail price, another gain that right now puts the retail price at the highest levels that we've seen for this time of year. we had an overnight increase of a penny to $3.53 a gallon for the national average. but as mark zandy points out, when we're talking about the economy, it is meaning a lot to consumers. every penny increase in the price of gasoline will cost consumers about $100 million a month. on top of the higher tax bills that a lot of consumers are facing right now, that's going to be a serious debt in their wallet. back to you. >> thanks very much, sharon epperson. did want to talk about a potentially huge deal. i'm not talking about dell, i'm talking about virgin media. it's a company that operates lar
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